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Lowe’s Faces Possible Lawsuit for False Advertising

Lowe’s is facing a proposed class action alleging packages of its proprietary mulch brand. According to official reports, plaintiffs Amy Joseph and Glenn McMillan filed a federal complaint claiming Lowe’s and its suppliers Lebanon Seaboard Corp. and Oldcastle Lawn & …

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Seven Documents Business Owners Need Now

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Every year a lot of business owners need help in preparing blueprints to protect their net worth, their closely held businesses and their families. Many of these owners do not have the right legal documents to protect their businesses. This …

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Lowe’s Agrees to Settlement to Minimize Lead Dust

According to a Reuters story, Lowe’s has agreed to pay a $500,000 penalty for violating rules governing lead paint exposure, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice said. The company also agreed to implement a new compliance …

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Retailers Disappointed in Swipe Fee Ruling

The National Retail Federation recently expressed disappointment in a court decision that will keep the Federal Reserve’s cap on debit card swipe fees at 21 cents rather than reducing it to a lower level. “NRF is disappointed and remains confident …

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Nuts and Bolts of Recent Retail Breaches

Retail data breach and identity theft concerns have heightened since the December 2013 announcement Target was attacked by hackers and bank card information for more than 100 million of its customers were stolen—this followed by the recent announcement that retailer …

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Environmental Concerns Prompted Lumber Liquidators Raid

Last month’s raid on Lumber Liquidators by federal authorities was prompted by an environmental activist group’s research, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Washington-based Environmental Investigation Agency spent three years collecting what it says is evidence the Lumber Liquidators knowingly bought millions …

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